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Russell Maliphant’s latest work, Silent Lines, is an immersive and profoundly powerful exploration of internal and external realities, mind and body, writes Eirini Diamantouli.
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Award-winning choreographer Russell Maliphant talks to Eirini Diamantouli about his creative process, collaborating with renowned composer Vangelis and his latest work, Silent Lines, soon to be performed at Sadler’s Wells.
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Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater stunned audiences this month with three dazzling dance programmes at Sadler’s Wells. Here, Eirini Diamantouli reviews their final programme featuring new works Ounce of Faith and Members Don’t Get Weary, and classics Ella and Revelations.
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Haitian vodou rituals and an exploration of sensory experiences and emplacement come together in Phoenix Dance Theatre’s innovative double bill at the Peacock Theatre.
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With Pepperland, Mark Morris Dance Group have created a colourful, lively and dynamic tribute to the Beatles’ lauded 60s album, Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
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Rooted in the past, carrying us forth between present and future, Russell Maliphant and Vangelis’ The Thread is a choreographic and musical exploration in tradition and invention.
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Eirini Diamantouli appreciates the profound power of music and dance in Richard Alston’s masterful production, Quartermark.
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Company Concentric’s Play On is not just fun and games, but a performance that explores serious contemporary concerns through the lens of play, writes our contributor Eirini Diamantouli.
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